"People are still scared of working with a gay artist, but I'm pushing through regardless!"
At a time when so many QPOC have issues internally and externally with visibility within our black and brown communities-at-large, it is such a gift to see a gathering of people ready to stand together in fun and solidarity.
"The Internet, of course, has changed the way we do publicity," says Balin. "A decade ago press meant securing a review in
This week, Big Freedia, the rapper featured on Beyonce's "Formation," pleaded guilty to receiving government housing assistance
"Formation" celebrates identities that once sparked shame but now inspire pride.
Christmas with all it's glorious pageantry lends itself perfectly to drag. So pairing it with America's premier drag superstar, RuPaul, is something like the second coming.
AFROPUNK Fest, America's best Black alternative music and arts festival, is coming to Atlanta, and it's a big deal. The two-day festival is an Black alternative music virtuoso's utopia. The famed Brooklyn-rooted festival will make its 'Dirty South' debut on Saturday, Oct 3rd in Atlanta's Central Park.
Big Freedia is shaking up the music scene and is making gay and straight people around the world want to get hot and heavy with his electrifying, booty-shaking beats and sexually charged lyrics. Make no mistake about it, the Queen Diva is all man, but embraces his femininity and sexuality like no other on reality TV.
According to press materials, the March 4 episode of "Big Freedia: Queen of Bounce" sees Big Freedia performing in Atlanta
Some people pursue therapy in a private and traditional sense: a licensed professional, a couch, and paying for as many hours as they wish to discuss their life. Big Freedia isn't one of those people. She finds his therapy in front of a nationwide audience, lights, and cameras via the hit reality TV series, Big Freedia: Queen of Bounce.